Jimper’s War

I was born in World War Two so my own recollections of the times are limited but the vivid descriptions of incidents that were witnessed by my mum and dad and recited to me many times, remain indelible in my mind. Continue reading Jimper’s War



The Romans built the first paved roads in England. The people of Rye, a couple of hundred years later, started to make the streets in and around Rye serviceable by gathering the hardest wearing material at hand, the humble flint. Out on the shore the people found an abundant supply of boulders. Once transported to the site, men lay them, packing them tightly into place and bedded them in with mud. Continue reading Cobblers